Principal - Ms. Rhonda Greer ♦ Assistant Principal - Dr. John Hill ♦ Map
We know how important technology is in today's day and age. We want our students to have access to the best 21st century tools so that they will be better prepared for their future. We need your input as we work through the process of assessing our technology across the school district. We're using an online survey called BrightBytes Clarity to get feedback from our students, teachers, and also from you.
Using the URL below, please take a moment to tell us about your experience with technology. It should only take about 10 minutes. We'll be looking at your feedback, along with our student and teacher feedback, to give us a picture of how our students are using technology to learn in AISD. Thank you for your help!
Parent Survey (English) | Parent Survey (Spanish)
The World Language Club, which started last year with Second Grade, is expanding to Third Grade this year!
Applications from Second and Third Grade students will be accepted Monday, Sept. 8th to Thursday, Sept. 11th.
Enrollment is limited to 15 students per grade level. If we have more than 15 applications, a lottery will be held on Friday, Sept. 12th.
Parents of winning lottery students will receive notice on Sept. 12th after school. Classes will be held after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays between Sept. 16th and Dec. 4th.
The goal of the class is true language learning. It is going to be lots of fun! So give it a try!
During the Spring faculty Butter Braid fundraiser, Ms. Greer promised that the first, second, and third highest earning classes would receive special classes from Coach White, Mrs. E., and Mrs. Frederick. Coach White and Mrs. E. got together and held a Color Run to reward the classes of Ms. Bradshaw and Mrs. English to fulfill that promise. Fifth and Sixth grade students were selected for their outstanding behavior in art to throw "color" (colored corn starch) at the runners. Even Ms. Greer and Dr. Hill joined the students as they ran between the "throwers". Then they received packets of color to toss at each other. A great time was had by all!
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